Slab Camp Road

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The Olympic National Forest and Buckhorn Wilderness area have an abundance of forest roads, hiking trailheads, and campsites. It encompasses 258 acres of land and is the largest Wilderness Area of the Olympic National Forest. The terrain can be quite steep, ranging from 1,000 feet near the Gray Wo...Read More
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Highlights of Slab Camp Road

Camping Category IconCamping
Forest Category IconForest
Highest Elevation
1419 ft
Shape of Trail
Connector
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
N/A
Official Trail Name
Slab Camp Road
Nearest Town
Sequim
Nearest Services
Sequim
Management Agency
Olympic National Forest
District
Hood Canal Ranger District

Overview

The Olympic National Forest and Buckhorn Wilderness area have an abundance of forest roads, hiking trailheads, and campsites. It encompasses 258 acres of land and is the largest Wilderness Area of the Olympic National Forest. The terrain can be quite steep, ranging from 1,000 feet near the Gray Wolf River to the summit of Mt. Fricaba, at an elevation of 7,134 feet. Slab Camp Road is a connecting road that brings you away from Highway 101 deeper into the northwest portion of the Olympic National Forest and also give you access to the Buckhorn Wilderness area, This is a great road to use as a gateway into this incredible area.

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5 Waypoints
17 Trail Photos
1 Trail Concerns
2 Community Reviews
1 Video
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